Stress Management Training

The Resilience Guide

Manage Stress in your Company

Stress impacts the health and productivity of both the employee and the employer.

Stress increases the chances of heart and cardiovascular disease, musculoskeletal and gastrointestinal disorders. This is due to a combination of behavioural and physiological reactions to stress. Early warning signs may include:

  • Headaches, muscular tension, fatigue, stomach upsets.
  • Problems sleeping.
  • Difficulty concentrating, irritability, mood swings, tearful outbursts.
  • Weight loss or gain.
  • Low morale, decreases in the quality of work.
  • Feelings of isolation and hopelessness.

Stress reported increased accident rates, lost time, absenteeism and lower productivity. Workplace stress represents a huge cost for an employee and employers’ health, performance and productivity.


Stress is more than just a theory at Bulletproof People. We are committed to ensuring your team is equipped with the right skills to make the right choices regarding stress.

We offer tailored programs, engaging models of delivery, resources / tools and a commitment to follow up. All guaranteeing a return on your investment!

"I think it is good that our company supports this type of training, particularly since we as professionals often get caught up in 'our' own way of dealing with situations and people, which is sometimes not the most effective way."
Workshop attendee
"I usually do not rate training as 5/5. This was excellent. Everyone needs this training."
Workshop attendee
"Great timing. Covered all aspects of life and brought them together. Provided solutions. Start of a journey. I would highly recommend the course. Great presenter."
Workshop attendee


  • Safer working environment
  • Healthier team culture
  • Reduced absenteeism
  • Reduced risk of accidents and ill health
  • Increased workplace engagement
  • Enhanced productivity 


  • Improved quality of life
  • Improved health
  • Improved decision making
  • Increase in morale and motivation
  • Enhanced job performance and satisfaction
  • Enhanced workplace relationships


Workplace stress can impact employee productivity through increased absenteeism and presenteeism resulting in a direct economic cost on employers. Stress-related presenteeism and absenteeism were confirmed to cost employers $10.11 billion a year.

(The Health of Australia’s Workforce. Medibank Private, 2005)

Almost one in seven Australians reported depressive symptoms in the severe to extremely severe range due to workplace stress.

(Australian Psychological Society, 2013)

More than one in ten Australians reported anxiety symptoms in the severe to extremely severe range due to workplace stress.

(Australian Psychological Society, 2013)

Two-thirds of both men and women say work has a significant impact on their stress level, and one in four has called in sick or taken a “mental health day” as a result of workplace stress.

(American Psychological Association, 2004)


  • Over 83% of people surveyed said the quality of the Resilience course content was ‘high’ to ‘very high’ and over 91% scored the relevance of content to their workplace 4.5 out of 5.


  • In the latest poll 89% of people would recommend the Resilience training to another employee or contractor.


  • 76.2% felt confident they could achieve a healthy work life balance after attending the stress workshop.